If you've ever fancied mastering wood carving techniques and making your own wooden utensils, all in a secluded Sussex forest just a short train ride from London, this could be the workshop for you. And Ernest readers get £5 off the full price. Whoa there, sunny Jim.
Miscellaneous Adventures is hosting a woodcarving workshop on 12 April in a secluded forest location in the West Sussex countryside. During the course, they'll teach you how to carve your own wooden spoon from green wood using axes, carving knives and crook knives. But, more than that, they will also show you how these techniques and tools can be utilised in the great outdoors to make all sorts of useful objects when on adventures.
All tools and materials will be provided as well as tea, coffee, snacks, some local beers for the end of the day, printed bits and pieces and an embroidered honour patch. The location is well served by public transport and is only an hour and a half away from London by train.